Alaska College Tuition Statistics

The 2022 average tuition & fees of Alaska colleges is $7,610 for Alaska residents and $16,080 for out-of-state students. For graduate programs, the average graduate tuition & fees is $12,475 for Alaska residents and $21,659 out-of-state students.
The average living costs at Alaska colleges is $14,067 when a student lives in on-campus facilities such as dormitory and school owned apartments. The off-campus living cost is $17,186 for academic year 2020-2021.
Below list shows colleges with highest and/or lowest college cost. We include only 4 years colleges for the statistics.

2022 Alaska Colleges Tuition

The following table lists Alaska colleges with colleges costs including tuition, fees, and living costs. For 4-years colleges and community colleges, the tuition & fees are the average of programs for an academic year ad for career/vocational schools (less than 2 years school), the tuition & fees are the costs for the largest program and length of program varies by institute.
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All SchoolsPublicPrivate4-Years CollegeCommunity CollegesCareer Colleges
College NameUndergraduate Tuition & FeesGraduate Tuition & FeesOn-Campus Living CostsOff-Campus Living CostsUndergraduate Tuition per Credit HourGraduate Tuition per Credit Hour
University of Alaska Anchorage
Anchorage, AK
Public, 4 years
Alaska Bible College
Palmer, AK
Private, 4 years
University of Alaska Fairbanks
Fairbanks, AK
Public, 4 years
University of Alaska Southeast
Juneau, AK
Public, 4 years
Alaska Pacific University
Anchorage, AK
Private, 4 years
Ilisagvik College
Barrow, AK
Public, 4 years
Alaska Christian College
Soldotna, AK
Private, 2-4 years
Alaska Vocational Technical Center
Seward, AK
Public, Less than 2 years
Alaska Career College
Anchorage, AK
Private, 2-4 years